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Emin Agalarov Contradicts Donald Trump Jr. Over Trump Tower Call

Emin Agalarov, the Russian real estate developer and pop star at the center of the infamous Trump Tower meeting, says he remembers talking to Donald Trump Jr. before the June 2016 meeting, despite President Trump's son not remember the conversation in testimony before the Congress. Agalarov told Vice News Tonight about HBO that he told Trump that people who wanted …

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Peace, love and no bodyguards for Mexico president-elect

The president-elect of Mexico promises radical changes. And nowhere was it more visible than in his incredible decision to give up bodyguards and let the fans attack him – leaving the security experts appalled. Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, the anti-establishment left elected in a landslide on July 1, promised to lead his anti-corruption accusation, in favor of austerity with the …

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Trump launches new tariffs on China

Sales representative Robert Lighthizer published a list of thousands of additional goods on Tuesday that could be subject to 10% tariffs after a period of public comment. It includes fruits and vegetables, bags, refrigerators, rain jackets and baseball gloves. Tuesday's action is a threat that President Donald Trump did last month. He directed Lighthizer to identify $ 200 billion worth …

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Elon Musk Defends Mini-Sub Plan for Thai Cave

MAE SAI, Thailand – As the world watched rescuers fight to save 12 boys and their football coach trapped in a cave in northern Thailand, tech billionaire Elon Musk invented a "kid" submarine to help. It turns out that they did not need it. So he left it there "in case it can be useful in the future," he said …

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Facebook Is Fined by British Agency Over Cambridge Analytica Data Leak

LONDON – Facebook has been hit with the highest possible fine in Britain for allowing the Cambridge Analytica policy firm to collect the information of millions of people without their consent, as it is equivalent to the first financial penalty of the social network since the data loss was revealed. The fine of 500,000 pounds, or about $ 660,000, represents …

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Why nobody knows how long Novichok is dangerous for

Image copyright Getty Images A woman is dead and her partner is in critical condition after being exposed to Novichok. They became ill months after an attack on a former Russian spy and his daughter, raising questions about how long the nerve agent remains a threat. Dawn Sturgess's death is a powerful reminder of how dangerous Novichok is and why …

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UK’s Information Commissioner will fine Facebook the maximum £500K over Cambridge Analytica breach – TechCrunch

Facebook continues to contend with the Cambridge Analytica scandal, which revealed how user data was stealthily obtained through quizzes and then appropriate for other purposes, such as targeted political advertising. Today, the Office of the Commissioner for Information of the United Kingdom (ICO) announced that it would issue the social network with the maximum fine, £ 500,000 ($ 662,000) after …

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Trump, allies set for face-off during first day of NATO

Trump faces a similar Brussels environment when NATO member countries met for the annual alliance summit, while Trump continues to talk about insufficient defense spending by European allies and from unfair commercial relations. Trump has sent threatening letters to NATO allies ahead of his visit by warning key allies who may lose US support unless they increase their defense spending. …

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Taliban Opponent in Pakistan Killed by Bomb as He Campaigns

PESHAWAR, Pakistan – A candidate from a political party opposed to the Taliban was killed in a suicide attack last Tuesday while campaigning in northwestern Pakistan, just weeks before the country went to the polls. At least 12 people were killed and dozens of injured, many of them critically, said police and hospital officials. The death toll was expected to …

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